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[audio]Bring Jobs Home Struck Down
Bring Jobs Home Struck Down
Keywords: Bring Jobs Home Struck Down; sly in the morning; 106.7; fm; 1670; am; wtdy; talk; radio; madison; wisconsin
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[audio]Professor John Lowman on prostitution law repeal - CBC The Early Edition
Here is one of the very researchers to do an unbiased study on prostitution in Canada. The moralist politicians claim they have all the evidence yet have never commissioned any studies to back these claims up. In other words he actually did research and finds the Judge to be very rational
Keywords: CBC Early Edition; Professor John Lowman; research into prostitution in Canada Judge Susan Himel; repeal; struck down prostitution laws; federal government; Stephen Harper; Vic Toews; Rob Nicholson; Michael De Jong; Peyer van Loan; Stockwell Day; poor laws; pot sales Vancouver; Freeman Activist Bud the Oracle; Unincorporated Deuteronomical Society; community safety; moral oppression; control
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[audio]Insight-130625: Voting Rights Act / News Network / "Wizard of Oz" / Tapigami - Capital Public Radio, Inc.
Voting Rights Act - The Supreme Court of the United States has struck down a key provision of the Voting Rights Act. Section 4 of the VRA establishes a formula for determining which counties require federal oversight during elections to prevent racial discrimination. The Supreme Court voted 5-4 to strike down Section 4 of the act while upholding the other sections designed to combat racist practices in elections...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Capital Public Radio; Sacramento public radio; CSU Sacramento; Voting Rights Act; The Supreme Court of the United States has struck down a key provision of the Voting Rights Act; Section 4 of the VRA; racial discrimination; Brian Landsberg, Univerty of the Pacific McGeorge School of Law Professor; News Network; News 10's Tim Daly; San Joaquin Valley; Brian Hamilton from The Union; controversial decision by the Nevada County Fair Board's; allow elephant rides at this summer's fair; Wizard of Oz; Judy Garland; Over the Rainbow; Broadway version of the classic musical; SacramentoĆ¢s Music Circus; munchkins; The Wizard of Oz runs through June 30; Tapigami Sacramento-area; Danny Scheible and Tre Borden, business partners; Phoebe Hearst Elementary alumni; Exhibit S, a 7,300-square-foot arts hub in the Sacramento Downtown Plaza; Scheible, creator of Tapigami; original form of art; jewelry; model cities; exhibited at this new arts hub Thursday
Downloads: 200
[audio]Insight-130626: SCOTUS Rulings on DOMA & Prop. 8 / Prop. 8 Reaction / Considering Conditions / Offical California Response - Capital Public Radio, Inc.
SCOTUS Rulings on DOMA & Prop. 8 - The Supreme Court of the United States issued rulings this morning in two cases relating to same-sex marriage. The high court struck down the Defense of Marriage Act, claiming it was unconstititutional for the federal government to make any law singling out people recoginized as equal at the state level. In the case of Proposition 8, the court declined to rule saying it had no standing to do so...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Capital Public Radio; Sacramento public radio; CSU Sacramento; SCOTUS Rulings on DOMA & Prop. 8; Supreme Court of the United States; two cases relating to same-sex marriage; struck down the Defense of Marriage Act; John Sims, University of the Pacific McGeorge School of Law Professor; Courtney Joslin, UC Davis Law Professor; Prop. 8 Reaction; broad impact on the legality of same-sex marriage; a Davis couple waiting to get married; Considering Conditions; Charlene Hauser, Sacramento doctor; latest TED book The Upstream Doctors: Medical Innovators Track Sickness to Its Source by Dr. Rishi Manchanda, MD, MPH; factoring in social and environmental conditions when treating patients; California's Official Response; Kamala Harris, California Attorney General; defers to the state's ruling; voter-backed proposition banning same-sex marriage is unconstitutional; Katie Orr, Capital Public Radio's State Government Reporter; summary of Harris' standing on the legality of same sex marriage in California going forward
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[movies]Obama and The Royalty Factor - Creation of an Illegal Ruling Class - Jones
Obama and the collectivist elite are trying to establish themselves as a separate elite ruling class - exempt from the laws they create for the rest of us. The Constitution ststes that such a class of 'nobility' is illegal in the US, and forbids any such 'nobility' from holding an office of authority. Also see - http://archive.org/details/TheStolenAmendment-TheReal13thAmendmentRestoredToConstitution While the elite try to illegally ban the guns we own as citizens, they are also planning to buy 7...
Keywords: constitution; amendments; cecil rhodes; rhodes scholar; OWS; occupy; occupy wall street; tyranny; illegal; illegal government; government; social; civics; schools; curriculum; education; originals; DC; District of Columbia; house; senate; protections; United States; US laws; federal; federal government; federal statutes; statutes; struck down; learning; history; records; book; books; documents; supreme court; justice; justices; judge; judges; decisions; basis; citation; precedent; publication; legislation; ratification; bill; bribery; bribes; corruption; congress; federal reserve; foreign; british; knight; nobility; king; king george; washington; reconstruction; NESARA; office; eligibility; influence; citizenship; president; elections; IRS; CIA; banking; scam; fraud; banking system; ron paul; ron paul 2012; graft; sedition; treason; 13th; thirteenth; 13th amendment; thirteenth amendment; titles of nobility; article 13; article thirteen; research; civil war; constitution; bill of rights
Downloads: 46
[texts]The Stolen Amendment - The Real 13th Amendment Restored to Constitution - TONA Committee
"If any citizen of the United States shall accept, claim, receive, or retain any title of nobility or honour, or shall without the consent of Congress, accept and retain any present, pension, office, or emolument of any kind whatever, from any emperor, king, prince, or foreign power, such person shall cease to be a citizen of the United States, and shall be incapable of holding any office of trust or profit under them, or either of them." On March 12, 1819 the State of Virginia, with the enactme...
Keywords: TONA; constitution; amendments; cecil rhodes; rhodes scholar; OWS; occupy; occupy wall street; tyranny; illegal; illegal government; government; social; civics; schools; curriculum; education; originals; DC; District of Columbia; house; senate; protections; United States; US laws; federal; federal government; federal statutes; statutes; struck down; learning; history; records; book; books; documents; supreme court; justice; justices; judge; judges; decisions; basis; citation; precedent; publication; legislation; ratification; bill; bribery; bribes; corruption; congress; federal reserve; foreign; british; knight; nobility; king; king george; washington; reconstruction; NESARA; office; eligibility; influence; citizenship; president; elections; IRS; CIA; banking; scam; fraud; banking system; ron paul; ron paul 2012; graft; sedition; treason; 13th; thirteenth; 13th amendment; thirteenth amendment; titles of nobility; article 13; article thirteen; research; civil war; constitution; bill of rights
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[audio]Insight-130627: Prop. 8 & DOMA Follow Up / Library of Congress Institute / Michael Spurgeon / Sound Advice: Jazz - Capital Public Radio, Inc.
Prop. 8 and DOMA Follow Up - The Supreme Court of the United States issued rulings yesterday in two cases relating to same-sex marriage. The high court struck down the Defense of Marriage Act, claiming it was unconstitutional for the federal government to make any law singling out people recognized as equal at the state level. In the case of Proposition 8, the court declined to rule saying it had no standing to do so...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Capital Public Radio; Sacramento public radio; CSU Sacramento; Prop. 8 and DOMA Follow Up; The Supreme Court of the United States; two cases relating to same-sex marriage; struck down the Defense of Marriage Act; unconstitutional for the federal government to make any law singling out people recognized as equal at the state level; Proposition 8; moving forward with issuing licenses for same-sex; Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals; Vikram Amar, UC Davis Law Professor and Dean for Academic Affairs; Jordan Weissmann, The Atlantic's Business Reporter and Associate Editor; woman who was planning on civil union with her partner; Library of Congress Institute; Three local teachers - Heidi Painter, Kelly Hillesland and Nicole Kukral; five-day national education institute in Washington, D.C; selected group of K-12 teachers to attend the Library of Congress; Primary Sources Summer Teacher Institute from June 17 to 21; effective ways to utilize the Library's primary sources in classroom instruction; new modes of teaching; Common Core Standards; Michael Spurgeon, professor of English at American River College; releasing his first novel on July 1; Let the Water Hold Me Down; historical backdrop of the 1994 Zapatista uprising in Mexico; Sound Advice: Jazz; Devin Yamanaka, Capital Public Radio's All Things Considered and Jazz host; Joe Locke; Vivian Lee; Eliane Elias
Downloads: 308
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